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I went for a hysterosalpingogram but unfortunately they were not able to do as they could not get through my cervix what will be the next step?

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Dr. Victor Beshay answered

Specializes in Fertility Medicine

Hsg: You should see your doctor to evaluate if the cervix is stenotic (almost closed) or is the uterus tilted at a sharp angle preventing entry of the catheter. Depending on the finding certain things may help. For example, a full bladder may help with a sharp angle, or medications can be used in cases of cervical stenosis. Good luck.

Answered 2/6/2013

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Dr. Neil Halin answered

Specializes in Interventional Radiology

It depends: Why were you getting the hysterosalpingogram? Was it for an infertility workup? Uterine fibroids? You may be able to have an MRI of the pelvis to look at the anatomy and structures such as the uterus, the uterine cavity, the cervix and the ovaries.

Answered 6/10/2014

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